Rising stars Tom Hardy and Joel Edgerton command the screen as two estranged brothers facing the fight of a lifetime¬ in Lionsgate’s WARRIOR, a moving, inspirational action drama from acclaimed director Gavin O’Connor (Miracle).

Haunted by a tragic past, Marine Tommy Conlon (Hardy) returns home for the first time in fourteen years to enlist the help of his father (Nick Nolte) to train for Sparta, the biggest winner-takes-all event in mixed martial arts history. A former wrestling prodigy, Tommy blazes a path toward the championship while his brother, Brendan (Edgerton), an ex-fighter-turned teacher, returns to the ring in a desperate bid to save his family from financial ruin. But when Brendan’s unlikely, underdog rise sets him on a collision course with the unstoppable Tommy, the two brothers must finally confront each other and the forces that pulled them apart, facing off in the most soaring, soul stirring, and unforgettable climax that must be seen to be believed.

UFC 137: St-Pierre vs Condit Preview

4 of the most talented welterweights, 2 exciting matches. Watch UFC 137: St-Pierre vs Condit Live on Pay-Per-View or www.UFC.tv on Saturday, Oct. 29th at 6/9PM PT/ET

The UFC 137 fight card has undergone yet one more revision with Tim Credeur being forced to withdraw due to injury, UFC president Dana White announced today.

His opponent Brad Tavares will instead face UFC newcomer Dustin Jacoby, a 6-0 middleweight out of Springfield, Illinois.

MFC 27 “Breaking Point” Press Conference

Press conference for MFC 27 “Breaking Point” in Edmonton, AB, Nov. 10, 2010. The bad blood is simmering ahead of MFC: 27 Breaking Point and MFC owner/president Mark Pavelich couldn’t be happier.

Douglas (The Phenom) Lima (16-4) takes on Jesse Juarez (15-5) for the Maximum Fighting Championship welterweight title Friday night at the River Cree Resort and Casino in suburban Enoch.

The Knockout FIt girls demonstrate Mounted Triangle Choke Hold

The Knockout FIt girls demonstrate another way to make an opponent beg for mercy while being smothered between their legs.

UFC 121 recap Jakes Shields versus Martin Kampmann

Former Strikeforce middleweight champion Jake Shields out-grappled Martin Kampmann on the ground and survived his strikes on the feet, as he earned a split decision in his Octagon debut. Two of the three judges sided with Shields by 30-27 and 29-28 scores; a third saw it 29-28 for Kampmann.

Shields took down and mounted the Xtreme Couture Mixed Martial Arts standout in each of the first two rounds but tired noticeably as the fight advanced, perhaps hindered by the weight cut to 170 pounds. Seemingly in position to spring the upset, Kampmann — who popped Shields with a pair of knees from the clinch earlier in the fight — got caught playing to his opponent’s strength in the third. Ultimately, Shields trapped the Dane in a body triangle and threatened him with a rear-naked choke as the bout came to a close.

A Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt under Cesar Gracie, Shields has won 15 consecutive fights. The 31-year-old Californian has not tasted defeat in nearly six years and will likely find himself on a short list for potential contenders to welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre’s throne.